Behind the scenes at Britain’s oldest brewery
Set in Kent alongside the Swale, Faversham is a beautiful town with plenty to see and do. It’s also home to Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame. If you want to learn more about the brewery, you’re in luck - enjoy a guided tour that takes you behind the scenes of its legendary inner workings, before ending your trip with a tasting of some of its finest ales. Not a bad way to spend a couple of hours.
Wonderful walks and beautiful birds
The Oare Marshes are worth a visit at any time of the year thanks to the breath-taking views, and the wildlife on show will change with the seasons. Bird enthusiast? Keep an eye out for pintails, black-tailed godwits, marsh harriers, sand martins and more as you venture through this marvellous marshland.
At one with nature at Mount Ephraim Gardens
If you’re more of a plant fan than a bird watcher, Faversham still has you covered. The Mount Ephraim Gardens in Hernhill are guaranteed to leave a lasting impression on anyone that visits, with vivid colours, beautiful plant life and peaceful green spaces for anyone looking to relax. Planning a trip to Faversham? Stay at the Nearby Travelodge Canterbury Whitstable Hotel or Travelodge Canterbury Chaucer Central Hotel.